Makedonski Brod is a town in the western part of the Republic of Macedonia with 3.740 inhabitants (2002). Located in the southern part of the Porec area, on both sides of the river Treska, at an altitude of about 530 m, it covers an area of 170 ha.
Bitola is the second-largest city in the Republic of Macedonia, located in the south Eastern part. Placed on both sides of Dragor River in the Pelagonia Plain, beneath the Baba mountain the city occupies 2.245 hectares of area. According to the 2002 census Bitola has a population of 74.550.
Demir Hisar is a city in the western part of the Republic of Macedonia with 2.593 inhabitants (2002). Located in the southern area of Demir Hisar, on the road Bitola - Kicevo, it covers an area of 250 ha. Developed from the former village Murgashevo, the urban settlement had been established in 2004.
Dojran Мunicipality is located in the southern part of the Republic of Macedonia. Located on the shores of Lake Dojran through which the east side is bordered by Greece, situated between the mountains Belasica (1883 m. a.s.l.) to the north, Krusa Mountain (860) and Karabalija (697 meters a.s.l) on the west.
Kocani is a city in the eastern part of the Republic of Macedonia with 28,330 inhabitants (2002). Located on both sides of the Kochanska River, at an altitude of about 350 m. Through Kocani leads highway M-5, which on west connects it with Veles and Shtip and east Delcevo. From Veles trough, Stip to Kocani leads railway line.
Vinica is a city in the eastern part of Macedonia with 10,863 inhabitants (2002). The city lies on the contact between the plane of Kocani valley from the north and north-facing slopes of mountain Plackovica from the south. Through Vinica passes the regional road Kocani - Berovo. The city occupies a total area of 335 ha.
Struga is a city in the southwestern part of the Republic of Macedonia with 16,559 inhabitants (2002). It lies along the northern shore of the Ohrid lake, where the river Crni Drim flows out of the lake, at an altitude of 696 m. Struga occupies an area of 510 ha.
Gostivar is a city in the northwestern part of Macedonia with 35,847 inhabitants (2002). Located in the Upper Polog plane, where significant traffic routes intersect, with the capital Skopje via Tetovo is connected by highway, which as main road M-4 continues to Kicevo and Ohrid.
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Smilevo village also known for Smilevo Congress and Ilinden Uprising is the birthplace of the Macedonian national hero Damjan (Dame) Gruev - one of the founders and leaders of IMRO (Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization).